Passionate Pioneers with Mike Biselli

During episode 63 of Passionate Pioneers with Mike Biselli, Mike had the opportunity to spend time with a former healthcare industry outsider who is now making a sizable impact for providers and the patients they serve.

Bryan Cush is the President and Co-Founder of Tidal Health Group, a specialized agency focused on the digital representation of quality doctors and the care they provide. By showcasing a doctor’s expertise and patient experience online, Bryan and his team are able to better connect the proper patient with excellent medical attention.

While together, Bryan shared how his previous career outside of healthcare empowered him to bring a fresh perspective and capabilities to the industry.

Additionally, Bryan shared what fuels his team’s mission of reducing the number of healthcare system interactions by better understanding a consumer’s needs and connecting them with the right care.

It is because of passionate and innovative leaders like Bryan that I remain confident and excited that we can move the healthcare industry’s health forward, with the ultimate goal of better serving its patients across our nation.

For more information on Mike Biselli, visit his website at:

http://mikebiselli.com/

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